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New Healthcare guide out now

In-depth, up-to-date facts on French health cover, written for Britons in France; includes topics like latest on reimbursements, EHICs and S1s

A NEW edition of Connexion’s helpguide to Healthcare in France is now on sale. It is especially written for Britons living in France and features several important updates.

French healthcare is one of the world’s best but its intricacies can be complicated for newcomers – and sometimes even long-term residents, especially as it is subject to regular changes in the law.

The new guide goes in depth into the way different people can be covered in France, including the latest on the situation for early retirees, such as the stoppage this year of temporary S1 forms.

We explain how reimbursements work and cover current issues such as plans to do away with upfront payments at the doctor’s surgery.

We also look at the latest on travelling outside France for care, including using an EHIC/CEAM card on trips back to the UK – which has become all the more important recently.

The guide is available via our website’s helpguides section at Helpguides as a printed version at €7.50 plus p&p or as a download version at €7.50. Printed versions are limited so order early to avoid disappointment.

It also be ordered by calling Nathalie on 06 40 61 71 97 or 0844 256 9881 from the UK at 4p/min.

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- Understand the French healthcare system, how you access it and how you are reimbursed - Useful if you are new to the French healthcare system or want a more in-depth understanding - Reader question and answer section Aimed at non-French nationals living here, the guide gives an overview of what you are (and are not) covered for. There is also information for second-home owners and regular visitors.
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